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immortal

im·mor·tal

immortal

pronunciation:
ih mor tl
parts of speech:
adjective, noun
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: not subject to death or decay; living forever.
synonyms:
deathless, eternal, everlasting, imperishable, undying
antonyms:
mortal
similar words:
abiding, endless, enduring, indestructible, perennial, perpetual
definition 2: enduring in fame or memory.
the immortal words of the poetsimmortal deeds
synonyms:
deathless, eternal, everlasting, imperishable, undying
similar words:
abiding, endless, enduring, immutable, indestructible, perennial, perpetual
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: a being who is not subject to death or decay.
antonyms:
mortal
similar words:
deity, demigod, divinity, god, goddess
definition 2: a person of lasting fame.
similar words:
demigod, giant, idol, legend, titan
definition 3: (pl.) the gods of Greek and Roman mythology.
synonyms:
deities, divinities, gods
similar words:
demigods, pantheon, Titans
derivation: immortally (adv.)
Word Parts
The word immortal contains the following parts:
im-2 Latin prefix that means not, without
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The prefix im-2 occurs in Latin loanwords. It is an assimilated form of in-2 used before roots beginning with the letter "m," "p," and "b." See in-2.
mort Latin root that means death
synonyms:
necr, necro